Gwalior City Map

Gwalior City Map

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*Gwalior city Map showing roads, hotels, hospitals and other places of interest.

Gwalior, one of the most exquisite cities of India, is an integral part of the state of Madhya Pradesh . Said to have been founded by the chieftain Surajpal, in honor of the saint Gwalipa who cured him, city is the 46th most populated conglomerate in the country. The Gwalior City map provides an insight into the city. It depicts hotels in Gwalior, banks in Gwalior, Gwalior Universities. The map is also a true companion on roads to the city of Gwalior and makes travel to Gwalior enjoyable .

Travel to Gwalior

Gwalior is dotted with a number of tourist attractions. Whether someone has a taste for the age old edifices or likes to visit the most recent tech houses, Gwalior panders to everyone's desires. Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Gwalior are:
  • Gwalior Fort: Built by Raja Man Singh Tomar, this architectural splendor is considered to be one of the invincible fortress in India. Located on a precipice, it is surrounded by high walls.
  • Tansen's Tomb: The tomb of Tansen, one of the nine jewels at the court of Akbar, is located adja cent to Gujari Mahal
  • Gujari Mahal: Built by the king Man Singh Tomar for his queen, it is one of the most visited tourist haunts of Gwalior. Jai Vilas Palace: A fort cum museum complex, it gives insight into the life of the erstwhile rulers of the city.
  • Man Mandir Palace: Built by emperor Babur, it reminds one of the ambience and chivalry of the era.
Gwalior Schools and Colleges

The city is home to some of the well known educational institutes in India. Madhav Institute of Technology and Management, Institute of Technology and Management, Gwalior, Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management are some of the noted institutions of the city.

Getting to Gwalior

Gwalior is well connected with other parts of Madhya Pradesh as well as important cities of India. The Agra-Bombay National Highway - NH3 passes through the city. The city of Gwalior can also be reached through rail. Gwalior Railway Station is one of the most significant railway stations of the Jhansi division of the Indian Railway.

Gwalior Facts

City NameGwalior
StateMadhya Pradesh
District HeadquartersGwalior
Lat Long26.216158, 78.179226
Area780 km2 (300 sq mi)
Population as per 20111,053,505
Official LanguagesHindi, Marathi and English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
STD Code0751
TransportAir, Road, Railway
Vehicle registrationMP-07
Food and CuisinePoha, Paneer Pilaf, Samosas and Katchories, Paneer or Cottage Cheese Paranthas, Non Veg- Meat, Meat Kebabs and Seekhs, Meat Biryani, Godoroo Meat Stew, Sweets and Snacks - Anjeer role, Anjeer Khash Khash Role, Sev or Bujia, European Foods - Pizza etc.
ReligionHindu, Muslim, Jain
Festival Holi, Diwali, Mahashivratri, Shri Krishna Janmashtami, Ramnavami, Makara Sankranti, Eid-ul-Fitr, Christmas, Rakshabandhan, Mahavir jayanti, Hanuman jayanti, Buddha Poornima,Guru Nanak Jayanti, Sant Ravidas and Ghasiram Jayanti Nag-Panchmi, Shreenath Mahadji Maharaj Punyatithi, Gangaur, Teej, Gudi Padwa (Marathi New Year), Navratri, Durga Puja, Rang Panchami etc.
MonumentsSahastrabahu Temple, Gujari Mahal, Gwalior Fort, Sanchi Stupas,Udayagiri Caves, Teli Ka Mandir, Tansen's Tomb, Gurjari Mahal, Man Mandir, Garuda Monument, Gujari Mahal museum etc.
Places of interest Gwalior Fort, Man Mandir Palace, Gujari Mahal and Archaeological Museum, Sas-Bahu Temples, Memorial of Tansen, Suraj Kund, Sarod Ghar, Kala Vithika, Scindia Museum, Tomb of Rani Lakshmibai, Jai Vilas Mahal, Shyam Vatika, Roop Singh Stadium, Tighra Dam etc.
MarketsPatankar Bazaar, Arihant Emporium, Sarafa Bazaar, Dindayal City Mall, Bada & Naya Bazaar, The Central, DB City Mall etc.
HospitalCancer Hospital & Research Institute, Global Speciality Hospital, Sahara Hospital, Mascot Hospital, Ashirwad Hospital, Ayushman Neuro Cardio Centre, Shubham Hospital, Birla Medical Institute, Civil Hospital, Dewan Hospital And Research Institue, Dr Kaul Hospital And Research Centre etc.
HotelHotel Grace, Hotel Landmark, Neemrana's Deo Bagh, Hotel Shelter, Taj Usha Kiran Palace, Hotel Shubham Continental, Hotel Gwalior Regency, Hotel Royal Inn, Hotel Surbhi, Hotel Sita Manor, The Central Park, Hotel Adityaz, Hotel Sun Beam, Golden Square, Hotel Navratan etc.
Industries Acme Fabrik Plast Co., Garg Chemical Company, Gwalior Distilleries Ltd, Chand Engineering Industries, Sujit Agro Industries, Sharma Agro Iron Industries, Hari Singh Sharma Industries, Ruchi Metal Industries, Agarwal Metal Industries, S K Industries Pvt Ltd, Anju Industries, Hind Auto Industries, Sri Krishna Industries, Vectus Industries Limited, JP Glass Industries, AVS Industries etc.
UniversityJiwaji University, Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raja Mansingh Tomar Music & Arts University, Lakshmibai National University of Physical Education, Amity University, ITM University, Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Institute of Hotel Management, Madhav Institute of Technology and Science, Gajara Raja Medical College, Kamla Raja girls College, Rustamji Institute of Technology, Govt. Model Science College etc.
Notable peopleAmjad Ali Khan - Sarod Player and Musician, Atal Bihari Vajpayee - former Prime Minister of India Members of Parliament (BJP) 1971-77, Kartik Tiwari - Actor, Mamta Sharma - Singer, Nida Fazli - Famous Urdu writer and Poet, Shivendra Singh - Indian National Hockey Player; Narendra Singh Tomar - Minister of Steel in Union Cabinet.

Blogs about Gwalior
Five Must Visit Places in Gwalior : The city of Gwalior is a glorious indicia of India’s rich and vibrant past. Bestowed with infinite majestic forts, palaces and temples, it is one of the most culturally rich places of India. Though this place became the cradle for a number of dynasties, it is still known as the heritage of the Rajputs. The graciously magical musician Tansen, who eventually became a gem of Akbar’s Court, was born in the city of Gwalior. The…
George Castle, Shivpuri
George Castle: A Royal Structure amidst a Dense Forest : Location: Madhav National Park,Shivpuri, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh Also known as the Shimla of Madhya Pradesh, Shivpuri is an ancient town in Gwalior, whose dense forests were used as the hunting grounds for the Mughal Emperors. The royalty of this small place lies in the exquisite hunting lodges and palaces that were built by the Scindia Rulers. Madhav National Park, the hunting preserve of the rulers of Gwalior, houses the most beautiful creation by them-The George…
Teli ka Mandir
Teli Ka Mandir in the Gwalior Fort: Stunning Blend of North and South Indian Architecture : Location: Gwalior Fort, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh Situated within the compound of the magnificent Gwalior Fort, Teli ka Mandir is an impressive temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is also the tallest building inside the fort, and is around 100 feet in height. There are various tales associated with the temple, each establishing a distinct connection with its history and origin. Some say that the temple got its name by Telanga Brahmins who were appointed to…
Gujari Mahal Museum
Historical Treasures of Gujari Mahal Archaeological Museum : Location: Gwalior Fort, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh Situated within the premises of the gigantic Gwalior Fort, the Gujari Mahal Archaeological Museum preserves historical treasures and exquisite sculptural masterpieces. It is said that Gujari Mahal was built by Raja Mansingh Tomar for his Gujar Queen Mrignayani. As the queen belonged to a lower caste, this palace was built away from the main fort. The aerial view of the museum (see image) speaks of the impressive architecture of…
Sas Bahu Temple in Gwalior
The Sas Bahu or Sahastrabahu Temple in Gwalior : Location: Near Gwalior Fort, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh   Sas Bahu Temple – Its name, architecture or history, simply everything about this temple is unique and thus so attractive. This temple was constructed in 1092 by King Mahipala of the Kachchhwaha dynasty. The temple is 32 meters long and 22 meters wide and has three gateways facing three different directions and there is a room (presently locked) in the forth direction. This magnificent temple welcomes all…

Last Updated on : March 29, 2018

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